Added Sep 28, 2009
Wellington, New ...
I made this apron pattern and instructions up for my Perth, Australia based BurdaStyle Sewing Club. We made one each at our second meeting on September 12th. It was a huge success and a lot of fun so I thought I would post it for others to give it a go :)
It is a very basic pattern designed not to scare off beginners and has huge potential for personalisation and modification.
You need two contrasting fabrics. For a heavy-duty cooking/gardening apron I suggest heavy cotton/drill/canvas or demin. For a more lighter-weight baking/craft apron then light-weight printed cotton is fine.
Two contrasting fabrics: 112cm wide – approximately 1.20m of each, or 140cm wide – approximately 1.00m of each & 2.60m of ribbon, approximately 2cm wide.
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